Archive: 08/24/2007

Aggressive bees may track future of flying robots

Angry bees that fly like mini-missiles could map the futures of unmanned aircraft and planetary explorer robots, thanks to new University of Queensland research backed by the Queensland Government.

Aug 24, 2007
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Changing the rings: a key finding for magnetics design

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) have done the first theoretical determination of the dominant damping mechanism that settles down excited ...

Aug 24, 2007
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Monkeys use 'baby talk' to interact with infants

Female rhesus monkeys use special vocalizations while interacting with infants, the way human adults use motherese, or “baby talk,” to engage babies’ attention, new research at the University of Chicago ...

Aug 24, 2007
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